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away as california and canada. >> it's probably more damage than i've ever seen. >> reporter: joe mauer, a supervisor with southern california edison was part of a wave of utility workers flown in by the military to restore power. in many areas, crews have to go house to house, inspecting fuse boxes and circuit breakers. any damaged ones have to be replaced or risk an explosion. >> mother nature's a lot stronger than anything we can build. the good thing is we can put it back up. >> reporter: what's the hardest thing to look at? >> the whole thing. the whole thing. all of it. >> reporter: smith is one of 150,000 homeowners who have filed a sandy-related insurance claim. she had no flood insurance so her carrier is giving her only $5,000. >> i want my home fixed. i want to be able to live here. i lived here all my life. i don't want to move out. i don't want go someplace strange and start all over. >> reporter: local leaders hope 50 licensed inspectors will go through these neighborhoods tomorrow replacing corroded fuse boxes. fema would pick up the tab. but, scott, no one knows when lig
generation love story and the heroine is modeled on his wife maria. >> she's the barefooted california girl running up the mountainside. >> reporter: kirkland's heart goes out to today's vets. >> these poor guys coming home all beat up and whatever, it just goes on and on. >> reporter: he says world war ii was a very different war. >> when i fought, it was you're fighting to win. you kill the other guy, period. >> reporter: he'll always remember, but he hopes the world never relives it. in vienna, virginia, bruce leshan, 9 news now. >> we've got a link to richard c. kirkland's website on our website www.wusa9.com. >>> now let's get to some breaking news in rockville, maryland. there's a man accused of threatening students at montgomery college. we have the latest on this. >> reporter: right now what we know is a 19-year-old man is in custody. he's actually at rockville city police at this point. they say he allegedly threatened to shoot people on the campus of montgomery college. they say the way it went down is other people overheard him saying he was going to shoot up the campus. they
of restaurants in california. after the storm, he came back. and now, he's raising money to get debris cleaned out and get electricity and heat back in. as for the brady boys, they're helping out on the main drag to get the businesses open. and the rest of the time, they're tearing out what was lost in their own home. do you think of yourselves as victims of the hurricane? >> bradys: no. no. >> pelley: how could you not? >> dennis brady: we're alive. we're here together. >> patrick brady: we're the lucky ones. >> pelley: you said you're the lucky ones? >> patrick brady: yeah. absolutely. >> pelley: i think most people walking around this neighborhood wouldn't think of you as being too lucky. >> patrick brady: if you walk around the block, you'd say so. there's houses completely burned to the ground. and our house is still standing. all we do is gut our basement. >> james brennan: you know, just things, and that's it. the big thing is that everybody is safe. the neighborhood is still here. the people are still here >> pelley: just things? the... the neighborhood is wrecked. it's freezing outsid
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